PROJECT: USAID Knowledge-Driven Agricultural Development (KDAD)

Client: USAID Bureau for Food Security

Region: Global

County: Global, United States

Services: Organizational Development, Data and Innovation

Sector: Agriculture, Economic Growth, Food Security, Gender

Dates: October 2013 – March 2019

USAID Knowledge-Driven Agricultural Development (KDAD) project served as the USAID Bureau for Food Security’s (BFS) primary tool for capturing, sharing, and promoting best practices in agriculture, nutrition, and economic development. It follows the successful implementation of  predecessor knowledge management (KM) projects including the Knowledge-Driven Microenterprise Development (KDMD) Project (2008-2013) led by Q2 Impact.

Under KDAD, Q2 Impact provided comprehensive KM services including regular seminars and webinars, online discussions, in-person trainings, digital content development and dissemination and event management and promotion. Q2 worked in partnership with Insight Systems Corporation on the KDAD project.